Other Jungian LinksArchive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS)
Begun in the 1930's by a colleague of Jung, the ARAS archive contains approximately 17,000 photographic images, each cross-indexed and accompanied by scholarly commentary. The commentary includes a description of the image with a cultural history that serves to place it in its unique historical and geographical setting. Often it also includes an archetypal commentary that brings the image into focus for its modern psychological and symbolic meaning, as well as a bibliography for related reading and a glossary of technical terms.
Association of Jungian Analysts (AJA)
The Association of Jungian Analysts is a major London-based Jungian training organisation. It is committed to the promotion of Analytical Psychology, based on the writings of C. G. Jung.
Our work in theory and clinical practice is guided by the principle of an integration of archetypal and developmental aspects of the human mind. We recognise a spiritual dimension in human beings. We emphasise our openness to new developments and findings in a variety of related disciplines including contemporary psychoanalysis, creative arts, literature, philosophy, sociology, anthropology and sciences. We aim to be inclusive and undogmatic.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
We are one of the longest established and largest independent providers of Jungian analytic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults and children in the UK. Our members work in the NHS, the corporate and voluntary sectors and as private practitioners. We have been training psychoanalytic and Jungian psychotherapists for nearly 60 years.
CG Jung Club - London
The Club was founded in 1922 by close associates of C G Jung and ever since has continued to keep alive the feeling of community shared by those with experience of a Jungian analysis and involved with Jungian psychology. The Club maintains a well-stocked library and organises monthly lectures, weekly seminars and frequent reading groups which provide a forum for the exploration of Jung's ideas and concepts in a non-professional environment. Most of our activities are open to non-members and we invite their participation.
Guild of Analytical Psychology (GAP)
GAP provides a full training in analytical psychology, with particular emphasis on the spiritual dimension in the psychological process of Jungian analysis.
Guild of Pastoral Psychology (GPP)
The Guild of Pastoral Psychology offers a rich forum for those interested, professionally or otherwise, in understanding the relationship between spirituality, religion and depth psychology, with particular reference to the work of and writings of C.G.Jung.
International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) was founded in 1955 and is the accrediting and regulatory organization for all professional analytical psychologists’ groups. The main objectives of the IAAP are to advance the understanding and utility of analytical psychology worldwide, and to ensure that the highest professional, scientific and ethical standards are maintained in the training and practice of analytical psychologists among its member groups.
Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists (IGAP)
The Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists are United Kingdom based Jungian Analysts. We are all members of the International Association of Analytical Psychologists (IAAP) and are eligible for registration with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Analytical Psychology Section. The Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists are a Registered Charity.
International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS)
For everyone with an interest in Jungian studies The International Association for Jungian Studies provides a forum and focus for the exciting and important work being done in Jungian and Post-Jungian studies all over the world.
International Society for Psychology as a Discipline of Interiority
This site is a hub of sorts - people of all walks and nationalities and a world of different interests arrive here seeking to learn more about the words and ideas of Joseph Campbell, the hero's journey, and mythology in general.
Our Associates - people like you who have a desire to learn and grow - represent the world of humanity: they are students, teachers, authors, filmmakers, artists, computer programmers, tour guides, grandmothers, retirees... seekers of every make and model.
Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies (JSSS)
The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies was founded in 2002 by an interdisciplinary group of academics seeking opportunities for scholarly discourse on analytical psychology, focusing on the research and theories of Carl Gustav Jung and the post- and neo-Jungians.
Membership in the society is open to all academics, analysts, therapists, practising artists, students, candidates in training, and interested members of the public.
Kristine Mann Library
Focused on the work of Carl Gustav Jung, the Kristine Mann Library is well known as an important and accessible resource for Jungian studies.
The Library, established in the 1940's by the Analytical Psychology Club of New York, collects and catalogs books, papers, journals, audiovisuals and other materials by and about C.G. Jung and others in the field of Jungian psychology.
The KML collection also includes materials in related areas of study, such as Eastern and Western religions, alchemy, mythology, symbolism, the arts, anthropology, psychoanalysis and general psychology.
The Philemon Foundation is preparing for publication the Complete Works of C. G. Jung. In distinction to the widely known Collected Works, it is intended that the Complete Works will comprise manuscripts, seminars, and correspondence hitherto unpublished numbering in the tens of thousands of pages. The historical, clinical, and cultural importance of this material equals and, in some instances, surpasses the importance of that which has been already published. The Philemon Foundation intends to make the completed body of C. G. Jung’s work available as volumes in the Philemon Series. As such, the Philemon Foundation is the successor to the Bollingen Foundation that originally made possible the publication of Jung’s Collected Works, the cornerstone of their Bollingen Series.
Philemon Foundation is in a unique position to have the support and contractual collaboration of the Stiftung der Werke von C. G. Jung.
Welcome to the largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet. The site is dedicated to religious tolerance and scholarship, and has the largest readership of any similar site on the web.
Society of Analytical Psychology (SAP)
The Society of Analytical Psychology is one of the leading training institutes in Jungian analysis and psychotherapy, integrating the ideas of Carl Gustav Jung and post-Jungian developments with those of psychoanalysis.
Members of the SAP are all qualified analysts who have undergone an in-depth training and personal analysis. Members are trained in the analysis of adults and there are those who specialise in work with children and adolescents. All are registered with either the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) or the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Spring Journal & Spring Journal Books
Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, is the oldest Jungian psychology journal in the world. Published twice a year, each Spring Journal is organized around a theme and offers articles as well as film and book reviews in the areas of archetypal psychology, mythology, and Jungian psychology.
In 1980 the poet and scholar Kathleen Raine, together with Keith Critchlow, Brian Keeble and Philip Sherrard, launched Temenos, a journal devoted to the Arts of the Imagination. The journal sought to give space to poets, artists, writers and thinkers who subscribed to the belief that man is firstly a spiritual creature with spiritual needs which have to be nourished if we are to fulfil our potential and be happy.
From these early beginnings the Temenos Academy was launched in 1990 as a teaching organisation dedicated to the same central idea that had inspired the Journal. Scholars and teachers, committed to what is known as 'the perennial philosophy' - the learning of the Imagination - were invited to lecture and hold study groups to teach an ever-growing number of students.